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notes to presentation
Notes to presentation

This slide is not intended to be shown. Rather, it’s additional information for AFGE Locals planning to use the slide show in their Locals. This slide show is intended to get people talking about the federal budget, and about deficit reduction through cuts and increased revenues. It doesn’t advocate a specific plan, any particular legislative activity, or support or oppose any political party or candidate. It is the opinion of AFGE’s General Counsel’s office that this slide show may be shown on government property during non-duty time.

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Spending and revenue graphics at

www.cbo.gov/ftpdocs/125xx/doc12577/budgetinfographic.htm

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$1.3 trillion

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$1.047 trillion

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Independent Agencies and Government Corporations

  • AMTRAK (National Railroad Passenger Corporation
  • Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
  • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
  • General Services Administration (GSA)
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
  • National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)
  • National Endowment for the Arts
  • National Endowment for the Humanities
  • Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)
  • Office of Personnel Management
  • Peace Corps
  • Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
  • Small Business Administration (SBA)
  • Tennessee Valley Authority
  • and more!
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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$899.168 billion

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$822.65 billion

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$791.473 billion

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$738.786 billion

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$589.311 billion

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$576.932 billion

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$521.054 billion

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$471.967 billion

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$418.587 billion

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$275.294 billion

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$245.606 billion

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$212.958 billion

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$200.086 billion

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

$187.937 billion

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2011 FEDERAL BUDGET

$2.3 trillion

wages vs benefits for retirees in 2010
Wages vs. Benefits for Retirees in 2010

Source: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities,

based on Social Security Administration, 2010 Trustees Report at Table VI.F10

how big is the united states
How big is the United States?
  • 5175 public airports
  • 787 million passengers

Source: Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics at http://www.bts.gov/publications/national_transportation_statistics/html/table_01_03.html and http://www.bts.gov/press_releases/2011/bts017_11/html/bts017_11.html

how big is the united states1
How big is the United States?
  • 528 ports
  • 3700 cargo and passenger terminals
  • 6000 commercial ships
  • 60,000 port calls
  • 9 million cargo containers

Source: Congressional Research Service, “Port and Maritime Security” (May 27, 2005) pp 2, 3

how big is the united states2
How big is the United States?
  • 13 million truck and rail cars crossing the Canadian and Mexican borders annually

Source: Congressional Research Service, “Port and Maritime Security” (May 27, 2005) p 3

how big is the united states3
How big is the United States?

:

2016

>51,000

US food

facilities

15,000

foreign

food facilities

< 3000

FDA

Inspectors

+

Source: Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General, “FDA Inspections of Domestic Food Facilities” (April 2010) p ii and 3; and U.S. Food and Drug Administration, “Pathway to Global Product Safety and Quality,” p 3.

how big is the united states4
How big is the United States?

:

7.5 million

workplaces

1100 OSHA

Inspectors

24 million

Veterans

5 million

Veterans

Sources: Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists at http://www.cste.org/dnn/ProgramsandActivities/OccupationalHealth/OccupationalHealthIndicators/Indicator18/tabid/114/Default.aspx; and Congressional Budget Office, “The Health Care System for Veterans,” p. 1 (numbers for 2006)

how big is the united states5
How big is the United States?

10,000 file

for Social

Security

benefits

16,000 receive new

Social Security cards

33,000

receive

replacement

cards

Every Day

Source: SSA, “Annual Performance Plan for FY 2011 and Revised Final Performance Plan for FY 2010” at pp 31 and 39.

us population growth 1960 2010
US Population Growth 1960-2010

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, “Resident Population Data” at http://2010.consus.gov/2010densus/data/apportionment-pop-text.php

federal employees us residents
Federal Employees:US Residents

1960 – 1:99

2010 – 1:147

2 out of 3 work in Defense, Homeland Security, Veteran’s Affairs and Justice

Source: Office of Personnel Management at http://www.opm.gov/feddata/HistoricalTables/ExecutiveBranchSince1940.asp

and National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE)

comparison of revenues to spending
Comparison of revenuesto spending

Source: Tax Policy Center

where s the revenue
Where’s the Revenue?

Source: Congressional Research Service, “The Cost of Iraq, Afghanistan . . .” (March 29, 2011) p. 34

where s the revenue1
Where’s the Revenue

Source: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, “Economic Downturn and Bush Policies . . .” (May 10, 2011) Table 1, 2013 estimated value

where s the revenue2
Where’s the Revenue?

Source: Center for Economic and Policy Research, “The Potential Revenue from Financial Transactions Taxes” (December 2009) Table 1

where s the revenue3
Where’s the Revenue?

Source: Tax Policy Center, estimate for 2013, at http://www.taxpolicycenter.org/numbers/displayatab.cfm?Docid=1616

where s the revenue4
Where’s the Revenue?

Source: Tax Policy Center , estimate for 2013, at http://www.taxpolicycenter.org/numbers/displayatab.cfm?DocID=2491

where s the revenue5
Where’s the Revenue?

Source: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, “Economic Downturn and Bush Policies . . .” (May 10, 2011) Table 1, 2013 estimated value

save social security scrap the cap
Save Social Security—Scrap the Cap!

Source: SSA Annual Statistical Supplement, 2010, Table 4.B4

what do we have1
What do we have?
  • Big country
  • Modest sized government
  • Small tax burden
  • The reckless 2000s gave us:
    • Massive tax cuts
    • Unfunded wars
    • Wall Street speculators
what do we need revenue
What do we need?Revenue!

Options—

  • Wind down the war
  • Allow the Bush Tax cuts to expire
  • Raise taxes on the 1%
  • Put people back to work
  • Save Social Security—Scrap the Cap

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